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Sadly, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Scotland’s tourism and hospitality industry has been severely disrupted since March 2020.  Many Scottish tourism and hospitality businesses will be battling to survive the long-term impacts of lock down and restricted travel for both the domestic and international markets. 

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Legal ease for businesses

28 May 2015

New legal templates to streamline the process of businesses working with universities are to be rolled out across Scotland.

Scotland’s 19 universities have agreed to use the new legal documents, which have been developed by Universities Scotland and Interface, for projects funded through the Scottish Funding Council’s Innovation Vouchers Scheme.

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Interface congratulates Food & Drink winners

28 May 2015

Interface Director, Siobhán Jordan, said: “We are delighted that several companies we have supported over the years have won accolades in last night’s Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Awards.

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Intellectual Property - it just got a whole lot easier!

26 May 2015

Interface reveal new legal templates to streamline the process of businesses working with universities.

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Innovation to boost future economic activity

21 May 2015

A shared vision on innovation will help Scotland become be a world-leading entrepreneurial nation, Deputy First Minister John Swinney said today (Wednesday 20th May).

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University Assets - There for the taking!

17 April 2015

Scotland’s universities have a wealth of expertise that can help companies with new product processes and development. However, it is not just expertise and know-how services that companies can engage with and access, there is also a vast range of equipment and technologies which can support industry.

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Working With Academia Is Key For Business Success

16 April 2015

Proof that business/university collaborations are productive has been shown by the fact that in the four regions of Scotland - Perthshire, Tayside, Ayrshire and Dumfries & Galloway - covered by two Interface Business Engagement executives, funded by Scottish Enterprise, who work with companies to enable access to university resources, 62 collaborative projects have been established in the p

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Future support for Scottish venison could help address UK market shortfall

15 April 2015

Venison has grown significantly in popularity as a meat product in the last five years. Yet, many British supermarkets are stocked with imported rather than local, UK produced venison.

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Getting to know Carol-Ann Adams, the newest member of our team!

10 April 2015

Carol-Ann joined Interface on 30th March this year as a Business Engagement Executive.  She will be part of a small team based in our Inverness office, covering the Highlands and Islands region.

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Launch of New Scottish EU Funding Portal

01 April 2015

One-Stop-Shop for Scottish organisations interested in EU funding and transnational project collaboration.

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Innovation leading the way to Internationalisation

26 March 2015

Earlier this month the Scottish Government launched their new economic strategy which sets out an overarching framework for how the Government aims to increase competitiveness across Scotland; including areas such as education and business; and to tackle inequality in Scotland, ensuring all elements of society are treated fairly and equally.

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